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Friday, August 28, 2020

Jordan de St. Martin & Joan de Nevil

 121682064. Jordan de St. Martin & 121682065. Joan de Nevil

~1200, Jordan de Sancto Martino born in England.

~1203, Joan born in England, heir & d/o §§William de Nevil & 243364131. Isabel Waleran.

10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.

[Undated] Jordan de Sancto Martino a member of a jury in an IPM of Geoffrey Hose in Wiltshire in the reign of Henry III. (S) Abstracts of Wiltshire IsPM, V37, 1908, P69.

1222, Jordan died.


2/7/1223, Order to have Joan who was the wife of Jordan de St. Martin before the king’s justices at Westminster at the Purification of the Blessed Mary last past in 3 weeks, in order to certify them whether she is pregnant or not. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take security from Christiana Wake and Roger Martel, heirs of Jordan, for 1 mark to the king’s use. (S) FRsHIII. [Christiana and Roger would be related to Jordan through sisters or aunts.]

Bef. 1249, Joan died.

(S) Wadham College, Oxford, Jackson, 1893. (S) The parochial and Family Hist …, Maclean, 1873, P55.

Children of Jordan and Joan:

i. William de St. Martin (60841032), born 1223 in England.

1249, Sir Oliver de Ingham and his cousin, William de St. Martin (60841032), petition the crown for the restoration of forteited estates associated with the barony of Walter Waleran. (S) Wiltshire Arch. And Nat. Hist. Mag., 1885, P254. [The suit was not successful.]

ii. Joan de Sancto Martino, born ? in England.

Joan married William de Brayboef.

1284, William died.

7/18/1284, IPM of William de Brayboef: Wilts. The manor held by reason of Joan de Sancto Martino whom he married, who was enfeoffed thereof by one Joan de Neyvile long before he married her, and still survives and holds the manor of Sir William de Sancto Martin heir of the said Joan de Neyvile, rendering 6d yearly or a pair of gilt spurs, and the said William holds of the earl of Lincoln of the honour of Salisbury. (S) CIsPM.

9/15/1284, Order to cause Joan de Sancto Martino, who was the wife of William de Braybof, to have again seisin of the manor of Chadewyz. (S) CCRs.

10/7/1285, Joan, late the wife of William de Brayboef, nominating … in Ireland for 3 years. (S) CPRs.

[Joan and William are either fraternal twins, or Joan is a natural daughter of Joan; since she is not an heiress in 1223.]

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